Uranium Energy Corp (NYSE: UEC) filed its annual report for the fiscal year ended July 31, 2021. The firm ended with a net loss for the year amounting to $14.8 million, marginally higher than 2020’s $14.6 million net loss.
On the other hand, the company has expanded its physical portfolio of US-warehoused uranium to 4.1 million pounds. This results in an average cost of $32 per uranium pound versus the latest spot price of $47 per pound.
“The prices we pay are fixed under all of our agreements with various delivery dates through December 2025,” said UEC CEO Amir Adnani. “As of today, we have taken delivery of 1.2 million pounds and the remainder of our future deliveries are fully funded, either from cash and liquid assets on our balance sheet, or by virtue of being in-the-money.”
The firm also ended the year with $44.3 million in cash, cash equivalents, and restricted cash starting from a balance of $7.0 million. The influx of cash is primarily due to a $95.4 million net proceeds from share issuances. This puts the balance of the current assets at $75.0 million while current liabilities came in at $13.3 million.
The firm also indicated that as of October 26, 2021, its cash position has grown to $96.4 million, while cash and liquid assets totals out at $235.4 million.
Uranium Energy Corp last traded at $3.76 on the NYSE.
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